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yes, but this is the past

and we move onemoticon



Yes,it was the past,but it will be the future! emoticon



I think the forum banner should reflect the reality, though.


 If you want reality in music then you should listen to Helen Reddy. The reality is that Ritchie Blackmore, Jon Lord and Ian Paice represent what Deep Purple was and in the case of this tribute band today, still is. Having a picture of Ian Gillan and his merry band of Blackmore Tributaries is blasphemus to the Deep Purple name. It's not this bunch that sells concert tickets these days,it's the fact that they play tribute to the Ritchie Blackmore and Jon Lord era that sells tickets. It's also not this bunch that made the name Deep Purple a force to reckon with, whether it's current or not, it's the triumvirate of JL, IP and RB that put DP on the map. This is just a poor mans Rainbow with only 2/5ths of that bands pop era intact and the main song construction guy out of the picture.
 If you must include more than the MKII lineup, which you should, then it should be everyone. The Evans 1980 DP farce has as much right to the Deep Purple name as this bunch.




With all due respect Brian, if anyone had asked you for your opinion this would be a Ritchie Blackmore board all over and not a Deep Purple board. emoticon
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...but the Strato is missing... emoticon

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...but the Strato is missing... emoticon



Well, the "Strato" was missing on most parts of In Rock as well, and that´s a classic.

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With all due respect Brian, if anyone had asked you for your opinion this would be a Ritchie Blackmore board all over and not a Deep Purple board. emoticon


 With even more due respect to you Mr Fahrnholz. If you had been paying attention for the last few years that I have been here, I have never really waited for anyone to ask for my opinion and certainly have never cared what anyone else has thought of my opinion. Having read your reviews of the show that has been released from BN on DVD, and by the looks of your sour puss and disinterested look throughout, you may be the last person whom I might wait for to ask for my opinion before I spill it to the world as you have lost any credibilty in musicality in my opinion. It looks to me like your girlfriend already informed you that you weren't getting any poon tang that night and you were pissed at the world even before Ritchie played his first note.
 Are you getting any tonight? Probably not I suspect.



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With all due respect Brian, if anyone had asked you for your opinion this would be a Ritchie Blackmore board all over and not a Deep Purple board. emoticon


 With even more due respect to you Mr Fahrnholz. If you had been paying attention for the last few years that I have been here, I have never really waited for anyone to ask for my opinion and certainly have never cared what anyone else has thought of my opinion. Having read your reviews of the show that has been released from BN on DVD, and by the looks of your sour puss and disinterested look throughout, you may be the last person whom I might wait for to ask for my opinion before I spill it to the world as you have lost any credibilty in musicality in my opinion. It looks to me like your girlfriend already informed you that you weren't getting any poon tang that night and you were pissed at the world even before Ritchie played his first note.
 Are you getting any tonight? Probably not I suspect.




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With all due respect Brian, if anyone had asked you for your opinion this would be a Ritchie Blackmore board all over and not a Deep Purple board. emoticon


 With even more due respect to you Mr Fahrnholz. If you had been paying attention for the last few years that I have been here, I have never really waited for anyone to ask for my opinion and certainly have never cared what anyone else has thought of my opinion. Having read your reviews of the show that has been released from BN on DVD, and by the looks of your sour puss and disinterested look throughout, you may be the last person whom I might wait for to ask for my opinion before I spill it to the world as you have lost any credibilty in musicality in my opinion. It looks to me like your girlfriend already informed you that you weren't getting any poon tang that night and you were pissed at the world even before Ritchie played his first note.
 Are you getting any tonight? Probably not I suspect.




You know that ain´t true, and I know you´re joking, you´re an american cliché and you stand to it, so no harm done. emoticon
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You know that ain´t true, and I know you´re joking, you´re an american cliché and you stand to it, so no harm done. emoticon



 Fair [sign in to see URL] [sign in to see URL]'s this bit about being an American Cliche'? Now I take offense. Actually I was wondering why you look so disinterested on the DVD right from the start. It really does look like you had a bug up your ass before the show even got going because it's not bad enough, not bad at all really for some of the scathing remarks you have made.
And what's with the American Cliche bit again?


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 and I know you´re joking, you´re an american cliché and you stand to it, so no harm done. emoticon


 Now that I've had a chance to think about it, it's about the highest form of flattery one could give, even coming from a typical foriegner such as yourself.
Let's think about it for a minute shall we. Who is the most dominant country in the world?
right you [sign in to see URL]
Who is the most powerful and influential country in the world?...
Right [sign in to see URL]
Who is the most progressive country in the world?
[sign in to see URL] hitting 100% that's right..
America
Who is the first ones to offer aid in times of crisis, even to our enemies...
Oh your [sign in to see URL]'s [sign in to see URL]
What is considered the greatest country in the world to live in today giving reason why so many foriegners move here?...
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 So to be called an American cliche, which in English would also be known as a stereotype, is a great honor indeed and there are many Americans here among us that would love that distinct honour, as well as being deserving of that honour.
 [sign in to see URL] closing, I would like to take this time to honour all of those unmentioned Americans who are also richly deserving of the title of Stereotypical American.
 Especially coming from one of those stereotypical, hands across the chest at an incredible BN show German.
 Thank you again as I wipe the tear from my eye.




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I think its a really good job...

...but as a traditionalist (eh!) I preferred the previous Mk2 one.

Call me old fashioned - my 2 daughters do!! emoticon


I like it - very fresh and smart - it seems a really professional and good job.

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